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Canucks GM vows action on depression in wake of Rypien's death

Saying that the organization has an "obligation" to Rick Rypien and the late forward’s memory, Vancouver Canucks general manager Mike Gillis said he would tackle the sometimes taboo subject of depression in the near future. "At some point, I’m going to talk about our experiences with Rick," Gillis said yesterday, after returning from Rypien’s funeral in Blairmore, Alta., this weekend. "I’m going to talk about what we faced, what the symptoms were like, and how different people, doctors, family members and teammates took precautions to try and avert this."
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